Should I Be Worried?

<p>I sent my ACT scores to Michigan about 3 months ago, and to several other schools as well. However, I haven't yet heard back from them. I've heard from all the other schools I sent my scores to--they've all sent me info about them. My score was not bad--a 33. But now I'm worried about applying there--will it mean instant rejection?</p>

<p>yep usually when the school doesn't respond, its a rejection.</p>

<p>Are you sure? I haven't actually applied, just sent my scores. I'm not a senior. So should I even bother applying? I really want to go there. HELP!!!</p>

<p>It means nothing that you have not heard from them. I'm sure there is a place on their web site to request to be sent info. A 33 is a very good score. Keep up your gpa and take as many AP classes as possible.</p>

<p>i'm sure....</p>

<p>Yea, sorry kid -- I think you've been blacklisted.</p>

<p>hahahahahahah^</p>

<p>@ giants: lol, glad you see it my way...maybe I shouldn't apply at all... ;-)</p>

<p>A 33 is a great job ^.^</p>

<p>I don't think all schools necessarily send back information, especially if you only sent test scores :P</p>

<p>I wouldn't worry! I'm sure you're doing fine :D</p>

<p>Why would they send anything back to you if you haven't even applied? If you want to confirm that they received it you can call and ask. I think once you apply and get a log in you can check these things online.</p>

<p>^ what Emaheevul07 said sums it up. A 33 is a great score I would definitely apply to UofM</p>

<p>If you are worried it's best just to call UofM, but generally after applying you can just check the status update on all your sent documents and scores to Umich on your Wolverine Acess by using your UM ID # which they usually email to you before you apply since all your documents that you send to UM require you to put your ID number on.</p>